The issue disappears if I set the width/height to 0pt (as per here: http://blogs.adobe.com/techcomm/2009/10/preparing_anchored_frame_for_conversion_in_robohel p.html)
But then the images are huge. Is there a way to find a good happy medium?
The issue also exists in IE6. It appears as though when IE8 came out, it changed the way it displays images, hence fixing the problem. But as many ppl are still on old versions, the best way seems to be to set the height/width to 0. The images are huge- but at least, not distorted.
Have you tried using Gifs instead of PNGs?
We tend to screen capture at high res then save as gif.
Pictures are then imported actual size.
Yes, unfortunately the GIFs didn't look as nice in the printed docs (I am authoring for both printed and online). PNGs were 'voted' as the best file type to use for both...
This is why we capture at high res into paintshop pro first then save as gif. Still, each to their own...